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  1. Acoustic emission (AE) is defined as the physical phenomenon in which a material generates elastic waves when subjected to stress or deformation. These signals are registered using a non-destructive test method (NDT) called the acoustic emission test. An acoustic emission test is conducted to monitor a member’s structural health to assess its retrofitting and repairing […]

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  2. Progressive collapse or disproportionate collapse of a building occurs when the failure of a single structural element leads to the failure of other components in a progressive manner. The failure starts with the primary structural element, accompanied by the failure of adjoining elements, finally resulting in structural collapse. Progressive collapse is associated with the collapse […]

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  3. The required load-carrying capacity of columns damaged due to earthquake can be regained by retrofitting the inclined columns. During earthquakes, the top and bottom parts of a column are most vulnerable to shear forces. If the forces are large, the column may lose most of its strength and may get inclined under seismic and vertical […]

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